In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1estrellato masculinoto rise to stardom — alcanzar el estrellato
- the role that brought her stardom — el papel que la lanzó al estrellato
- Young Jazz supremo Jamie Cullum's rise to stardom could be topped with a prestigious Brit award.
- But her hopes of turning raw talent into stardom could be dashed as she needs to raise cash to pay for the fees.
- But his experience in the field of production held him in good stead in the rise to stardom.
- During the course of the story Smith has a lot to say about the emptiness of celebrity and stardom and what it means.
- Fifty years of dreaming about stardom and fame, and suddenly I wake up and I'm in Bolton.
- I think the more you do the more you encourage the myth of fame and stardom.
- He shot to stardom in Fame Academy, where his wild performances stood out against other pop wannabes.
- Although the championship may mark the pinnacle of Neil's career his rise to stardom has not been an overnight one.
- If not quite a tale of rags to riches, the story of Salim's rise to stardom certainly comes close.
- Hockey ace Holly Stringfellow is on the way to international glory stardom being picked for Britain.
- Ms Simpson has risen to international stardom as a recording artist and television personality.
- They are very much coach's players who have gained stardom, lost it, and regained it again.
- York teenage sensation Nicola Parry has reached a new high in her rapid rise to rugby league stardom.
- Their rapid rise to stardom has not gone unnoticed by those closest to the band, either.
- These have overtaken Top of the Pops in the ratings by revealing how pop stardom and celebrity is manufactured.
- He rose to stardom following his starring roles in The French Connection and Superman.
- However, for the boy who dreamed of the red and black shirt, it has been a rapid rise to stardom.
- The film traces his rise to international stardom through a sequence of classic archive performances.
- It's obvious that his stardom is very important to him and has affected his boxing career.
- After the pair enjoyed an implausible pop stardom together, Flynn baled out and found peace with his inner self.
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